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    More biners!!! Sponsor pantheraba's Avatar
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    Thanks, Deva....I rode a proto-type at that WCGG...where I first met you. Very awesome machines.
    Gary

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    Nothing like it for setting multiple rigging points. repeat visits etc. So easy to bring up the gear. Congrats Gary.
    Interesting how a limited gene pool and a limited labor force seem to be so closely related.

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    Congrats Gary. I’m not really in a position to buy it right now anyhow. I could have but quality of life would have to come into the equation. She wouldn’t be happy and that’s the main thing. Enjoy it. I’ll be taking a ride on one soon enough
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    maybe I should keep it...........




























    just kidding. SOLD
    a society grows great when old men plant trees whose shade they know they shall never sit in

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    wraptor tease
    a society grows great when old men plant trees whose shade they know they shall never sit in

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    With regard to fueling, I use my Wrapter seldom enough that I started filling it with that Premix Fuel that lasts a couple of years. Then I don't have to remember and empty the tank and run it out every six weeks or some such.

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    That sounds like a WISE thing to do!

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    Anything that we don't run often gets alkylate fuel when it is put away.
    That way it'll start right up again.

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